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J 'y w H ' ' ' ' t Ik .f The Frankfort Roundabout, ir-we-a IV m &0A0 ' 4. IIWA Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FEB YEAR .!m Volume VIII. EMPHATIC GUARANTEES. FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 9, 1885. Number 34: Which are Justified by ah Extraordinary Public Experience. To the Public Greeting: As the conductors of the largest business of the kind in the world (and therefore having an extraordinary experience), we feel Justified in making the following statements: MA8TIN BROS. aDELfc-IILiEIlS I - ZXT Farming Implements, Field Seeds, A WATERBURY WATCH AND CHAIN ! GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY CASH SALE OP $15.00 AND OVER. WE DO IT. season has been late, prices in the East have been depressed, and we went into the market late with CASH IN HAND, fa& and bought goods at prices that were unknown in the history of the trade. We have bought n mammoth stock of Boots, Shoe;, Clothing, Hats, See,, and wo offor this Watch and Chain as a premium for cash trade. None but THE WHY Our Theory Proved. Wo have held from the beAnn street, Williams Bros.' old stand, Frankfort, Ky. ginning that most of the common ailments are caused by primarily kidney and liver disorders,notprimarily by bad Old HickorV Wngon, bipod; that baa, blood is caused by McOormick'K Machines, temporary or chronic derangement of South Bend Chilled Plow. me Kiuneys unu uvur, unu mm, oy Krinley, Maltar, Helkle, g organs restoring these And Brown's Plows and Cultivators. to health, we could cure most of the common tuimenw. utner practitioners, however, Jiave held thai extreme Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers and Planters. Full stock of Farming kidney and liver disorders were incuGear always on hand. mar rable. We have proved to the contrary in thousands of cases. JPIR8T. blood-purifyin- PVJHK K uiuHjL K CASH BUYERS get the Wntch. Oar price3 we guarantee are lower than the came goods can be bought elsewhere. Thomoetof our goods were in the house and marked in plain figures before we thought of the will WATERBURY, w X in the winter will fortify the system No. 439 Main St,, Over Crufcher & Starks' White Hail Clothing House against any such possibility Doctor 4 Koch, the celebrated German Scientist "V and physician, says, for instance, that p cholera will have but little effect i Hinnnc those who keen the rH costive SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY organs and the kidneys and liver in Why will the people ol operation. Warner's Safe of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. healthful Remedies are the' best scientific cura- Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at CAPITAL ART GALLERY! thejr are kept working order public sanitation no amount prevent raging among the H. G. MA.TTERlSr, Prop'r, people The prudent man, the sewers of the system, and unless In perfect of epidemics Safeguards Against Epidemics. Second. The kidneys and liver are can tnf spring, r ft FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. The Waterbury and consequently w can not charge you one cent more for the goods 1 , A Ik r 1 tives and preventives, and should ,be home. used now as a safeguard against any future scourge. Warner's Safe Cure for his daughter Scientific Specifics. who had Bright's disease, and had Third. We do not cure every known been given up as Incurable by the best disease from one bottle, for Warner's physicians. In November, 1884, he , Safe Remedies number seven scien- reported that she was in excellent tific specifics, which have been put health, and gave the credit wholly to upon the market, only in obedience to Warner's Safe Cure. strong public demand. W. E. ANDERSON, Black Water, Florida, past Grand Master Mason of Recognised Standards. serious' Kidney was cured the Fourth. Warner's Safe Reme- and State, disorder of 1882. and in in Liver dies, spite brail opposition, have won November, 1884,he reported nis health the favor of the profession as well as as excellent since Warner's Safe Cure the masses, and are recognized as the restored him. leading standard medical preparations. Seventh.- - It is a source of great ' that Strong Guarantees. Gratification to us been Warner's Safe permanently have Fifth. After six years of unequal-e- d beneficial to so many sufferers This experience, we can give these un- permanency of power over disease gives qualified guarantees: them the most exalted rank, and in this ure GUARANTEE and harm- - particular they have no equal. less. That Warner's Safe Remedies H. H WARNER SU. are pure and harmless. Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1885. Testimonials GUARANTEE II. Genuine. That the Testimonials used Mount Morris Theatre. by us, so far as we know, are bona fide with a forfeit of $5,000 for proof "A Celebrated Case" was affectively to the contrary. given at the Mount Morris Theatre last JGUARANTEE .III. Cursive Ef-- evening by Mr. Bennett M attack's feds Pernuinent. That Warner's Safe Company, before a largo audience. Remedies are riot merely temporary, management put the piece on in but permanent, in their curative effects The handsome style. Mr. Matlack's and will sustuiu every claim, if used JRenaud Is derervlng of notice, andJean was aujivitruiy uuu us uirecieu. a clever bit of acting New Yovk Herald. Proof!? of Permanency At the Opera House Monday, TuesSixth.-- - Special inquiry among hundreds of our oldest patients results day and Wednesday evenings next. in unequivocal testimony that , the cure3 wrought six, five, four and three Frankfort, Ky., April 6, '85. ;vears ago, were permanent And most Editor Boundabout : of these patients were,pronounced incurDear Sir: You will please give able when they began Warner's Safe mo space in your paper to reply to the Remedies. Read a few of thousands of testimo- following paragraph: nials, , Dr. S. F. Smith announces himself a B. J. WORRELL, Ellaville, Fla , prohibition candidate for the Legislain 1870 was prostrated with, Bright's ture. If there Is a prohibition party In Disease of the Kidneys; GO bottles of Franklin county he should have nad Wawter!s Safe Cure restored him to the politeness to ask it for the nominaheab?.'. In 1834 he said: "I have been tion The probability is that the Doctor is a party in himself. Yeoman. curedyfour years, and ,my case is Mr, W's case and cure are I would inform the Editor of the G. P. Drew. certified to by Ex-GoYeoman that I did not have to ask for N. Pr CHEDESTER, AiqvlUe-- N, vG., vvris cured of Strained Back and a nomination, nor buy it with money Rheumatism In 1881 by Warner's Safe and whisky, and that I am for good Cure, aud November 28th, 1884, he government and opposed to bribery, wrote, VI have since been sound and corruption and party tyranny. I was well.'' I Rev. Jr. P. ARNOLD, Camden, called into the field by sober men and Tenn., for ten years suffered frpni Ab- will make the race in the interest s, morality and huscesses; in 1881 he began to use War- of the ner's Sufe.Curp, and in June, 1884, he manity. wrote "My health is as good as ever." the profits in the race DAVID TOOKE, Cofuhibus, Terf.; Lara not accruing to for Representaa in 1880, tfas cured pf Black Jaundice and honor and Hemmorrhage of the Kidneys, tive, but as a duty i owe to my county, by Wa?ner'a Safe; Cure, July 1st, lp84, my State, and my God. he,wrpte: "My health has since been Respectfully, , excellent." S.' F. Smith. : R T. JACOBS, Westport, Ky., was prostrated in 1882 with severe Kidney, disorders, and lost forty We, the undersigned, have made pounds of flesh. He used Warner's and ustd, Bernard's Challenge Labor-savinLaundry Soap," and find it to Safe dire and June 28d, 1884 soap. Mrs. Dr. George he wrote; "I ImYei.neyer.enJpyed bet- be a flrst-chtter health, all owing to Warner's Safe Chlnn. Mre Whit. HalL Mrs. Will, Hawkins, Mrs. R. R. Parsons, Mrs. Cure." t ,, t ,, v.. vCHARLEM E, STEPHENS, 1,228 Geo. A.Lewis. O. H. C. Scanland, Agent. 8d st, Louisville; Ky., in 1882 used I.-P- of the Bridgeport precinct was stricken with paralysis Wednesday and is lying very ill at his home near South Benson Church. Mr. Winston Vaughn, an old citizen CRUTCHER & STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort, Ky. FrankfortW. O. T.TJ. Notes. Christian Church next Wednesday at three o'clock. Everv member is requested to attend, and visitors are cordially invited. Come, and by your presence give encouragement to the temperance cause. afternoon Union will meet in the chapel of the The Woman's Christian Temperance "WE HAVE The Largest Asortment of Underwear, SUITS ARE THE BEST FITTING. Our Stock of Furnishing Goods is the most complete. Give us a call, Relief from Malarial Poison. typhoid malaria, which I contracted on my orange grove in northwestern Florida. I tried several remedies, but everything failed me. Two weeks ago I purchased a bottle of Swift's Specific, which has proved a sure cure for this dreadful malady. I had almost given up hope of ever being well acraln, for I had tried so many remedies, all of which had failed to do any good. Would to God that all the nfflcted people residing in the malaroiis counties of Georgia, Florida and Alabama would read this and try the S. S.S. instead of dosing themselves with quinine and mineral remedies. I feel it my duty to suffering humanity to write this certificate, for it may be the means of many of my old friends jtrying this great remedy as I have done. So strong Is my faith in it that In every case where the directions are followed I will guarantee a sure cure or forfeit one hundred dollars. Chas. D. Barker, Publisher, Editorial Room. Temperance Advocate, Atlanta, Ga. For six months past I have been affected with a very serious case of HUDSON & MEAGHER. ' AGENT FOK- Silver's Patent Glass Egg Beater & Measuring Jar, It beats eggs in from two to three minutes. OT7 It will whip eggs to twice the bulk of any other beater. "It is a Wondeful Remedy." For many years my blood was in a bad condition, manifesting its character by a scrofulous breaking out on both my ankles, which caused me considerable suffering as well as a great annoyance. Seeing the name of Rev. Jesse H. Campbell, of Columbus, Ga., attached to a certificate concerning a cure by Swift's Specific, I wrote to SILVERS PATENT EGG POACHER The nicest thing ever made for that purpose. XH v. , SILVER'S PATENT EGG TIMER, . tax-payer- Ex-Gov- in-188- ei , It shows you when eggs are cooked just the way you want them. him about, this remedy. His reply Soft, medium, well, or hard boiled. was that "it is a wonderful remedy." I tried it and found the action very much as described ri the directions. I used about one dozen bottles, observing a steady and almost dally improvement from the start. I was entirely cured of this disagreeable and distressApproved and used by the U. S. Government. ing disease. That has been nearly a yea,r ago, and, I find no signs of the disease returning, and am ready to testify with .Rev. Mr, Campbejl.tbat Plain and Fanoj Water Ooolera, Toilet Sets, Bath Tnb, Berlin Agate and Bnamelei Swift'sSpeciflc "id a wonderful remedy' ' Ware, and all kinds of Tinware j SeTen different kinds of Ioe Oream Freeiin; R. M. R. live kinds of Goal Oil StoTeej Gasoline Stovesj All kinds of Goal and Charleston, a C, Feb. 5, 85. Wood Cooking Itores, from the smallest to the largest1. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Plaia and Enameled Grates, Pumps, Drain Pipe, and Fine Pipe; Tin, Slate aid Irea mailed free. Boofing a ipeoialtyand for whloh he is oelebrafod all oter ike Italia.' 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Mr. Robert Sanford, having come to the conclusion that ho has held the abZieJL EJd.it office of County Assessor long enough, FEANKFORT, MAY 9, 18SG. has withdrawn from the nice for the He wishes nomination for to return his sincere tlmnks to all those BASE BALL. who have pledged him their support, League and hopes they may find among the The season of the Inter-Stat- e was opened iri Lexington on Friday many aspirants for the place men well by the Frankfort and Lexington Clubs, worthy of their votes. the score standing at the close of the The series of lectures given by Hon. game 8 to 5 in favor of the latter. George R. Wendling In this city was a On Saturday the Lexington team financial success, and they were greatly came to this city and played the second enjoyed by all who heard them. The game of the series with our home club gentlemen who invited him here were on the grounds at Capital Park, and enabled, from the receipts, to pay all were done up in handsome style, the expenses, give a free lecture, and still score standing 15 to 1 in favor of our declare a dividend. It is to be hoped boys. The game was beautifully that our people have now become played and was greatly enjoyed by sufficiently interested in the matter to quite a large crowd. Lyden, who induce other fine lecturers to visit our pitched for the Frankforts, was too city. much for the Lexingtons, only three A burglar entered the house of Mr. safe hits being made off his delivery, and Hammond supported him in his J. C. Mastin, in Belle Point, Tuesday usual good style behind the bat. night, through the parlor window, Harrison played first base to perfection went up stairs into Mr. Gilbert Mas-tinroom, and carried off a new pair and his batting was magnificent, while pants a nickle-plae- d watch and chain Shenkle covered third base beautifully, of put every ball that came near him and some other small articles of value. squarely into Harrison's hands, and was Ho left with the pants, doubtless thinka sure hitter with the bat. We venture ing that he had all of Mr. Mastin 's the assertion that no club in the Inter-Stat- e valuables, but had he only lifted the League can show two better tray of his trunk he would have found basemen than our own first and third. a bran new suit of clothes, a fine gold GEORGE A. LEWIS, There will be preaching Sunday at Miss Katie Pohlman, of Louisville, the family three o'clock at the Church in Lees is visiting Mattern, on of her uncle, Mr. H. G. the South Side. town. Mr Sam. B. Rubel, of the New TTElsTTIOIbT ki M, -- jr are-electio- n. Argus, Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in this county. Rev. G. F. Bagby left Monday for I hereby announce to the public of Frankfort and vicinity that Mrs. Augusta, Georgia, to attend the meetSol. Harris has been in New York for the past ing of the Southern Baptist Conventhree weeks purchasing the tion. f Dr. Daniel Gober has returned from a visit of several months to his daughin Tice anil to Match! ter in Memphis, Tennessee, much improved in health. M Mies Trinik . r ! " Also an assortment suitable for a SAFFELL'S GARDEN FARM DAIBTI THE RICHEST, PUREST AND FRESHEST Early Vegetables, and Plants of all kinds constantly on hand and for sale at the Orders may be left at the Post Office, gven to the driver of my delivery wagon, or telephoned to the SafTcll residence, and will receive prompt attention, mayo-tf- . C. W. SAFFELL. -- AND- GRAND OPENING! In the - MILLIENRY DEPARTMENT!, Which will be announced in due time. LOWEST PRICES! & NEW GOODS ARRIVE DAILY FTRH0 EAST. Clothing Cleaned Repaired I 's T AM PREPARED TO CLEAN, SCOUR AND 1 repiir clothing "fall kinds at the lowest rates and on short notice. Call and see me on Main street, opposite Capital Hotel. CHAS. C. STOI.L. may I received ten thousand yards of Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths and Brussels Rugs, which I will sell at such low prices that must astonish everybody. Give me a Call. ft hi FOB bargain. S-A-XjIE. lv3B- - IfcTOIEST'CGfcT, thecelebr 1 e 1 who has already ready received a number of orders, askc ha attention of the public in need of a stylish suit to call early. P. S. r, Remember dress-make- Two Town Lots. LOTS.50 BV 190 TWOSouth Frankfort, FEET. WELL LOCATED a ure ollered for pale at For termn apply at this office. ro kr &.V X Tuesday afternoon Will Riley and Horace Buford, two young colored men, were going over their trot line in a boat, just above Macklln's wharf, when the steamer Dora backed out suddenly from the bank, where she had been tied up, and having but one oar they could not get out of her way. The wheel of the Dora struck the boat, crushing it to pieces, and throwing both men in the river, where they came near being drowned, but the hands on "the Dora threw them ropes and got them out. In the collision Riley's left 'arnr was broken iu several places, the bone being so badly shattered that it had to be accept. amputated between the elbow and The game set for Tuesday in Lexing- shoulder, which operation was perton and the one which was to have formed by Drs. E. E. Hume and Sam taken place hero on Wednesday were James iu a short time after. postponed on account to the Lexington races and the circus. Our boys will Personal. play in Lexington Monday afternoon. Mr. R Rogers left Thursday for a The following is a list of the games to be played by the Frankfort Club visit to Bedford, Indiana. Mr. P. D Read, of Carrollton, is visaway from home during the season: At Dayton, Ohio May 27, iI8, 30 (p. iting his parents in this county. Mr. John E Kirtley, of Eddyville, in); July 3, 4 (p.m.); August 0, 7, 29, 31. Erie, Pennsylvania May 20, 20; July was in thecity Wednesday on business. Mr. W. C. Dudley, of Chicago, is 0, 7, 8; August 22; September 3. Lex ington-M- ay 11; Juno9; July 14, 20, 28; visiting friends and relatives in this August 22; "September 3. Spring- city. Mm Netllo Bond, of Leavenworth, 20, 21, 30 (a. m ); field, Ohio-M- ay 4 (a. in.); August 8, 10, 27, 28. Kansas, is visiting Mrs. Geo. B Muck-li.July 2, n. Schildknecht and Wells played center and right field and took in several very pretty flys. The Lexingtons played here again on Monday and turned the tables on our boys with a score of 7 to .'J, having their brag pitcher, Reising, in the box. Wells and Schildknecht pitched and caught for the home team, and while the Lexingtons seemed to bat Wells with ease only six safe hits were made off him. In this game our boys were a little off and did not play as well in the field as on Saturday, but it was a well contested and very interesting one Their batting was heavy at times and the Lexington out fielders were given a chance to catch some pretty long flys, which they did not fail to watch, and some thirty dollars in money. nia2jm SOL. HARRIS. HOPE MILLS FOR SALE, Roller Mill in every respect and situated in the heart of a wheat growing country. The flour made hy us grades with the very betl made. We have a' fine local trade, and an abundant supply of water. Address cither HOPE MILLS CO., .T 11KRRY, .. Y. UEKRY, VERSAILLES, K.Y. LOT MIT A9D VEGETABLE STOflC. ijAftel it f Afg I w I aMfe I.Wtyi.a8Wg hand a fall line of Kruadway streets, where I will keep constantly THE OWING TOwant ILL HEALTH OF MR. R Y. wc GROCERY curta our HAVING JUST OPENED A GREEN of Ann and for sale the above to amed ilMill business, and offer Market House, corner It is a tomplete on iw;.- mi' - FRUITS, VEGETABLES, PEESH FISH, and everything usually ke pt in such an establishment. 1 wuiiiu rc.pctuuuy suutu a snare 01 ine punitc patronage. H.J HYDE. WkJ April aj-i- NOTICE. Indebtedness 01 tne county, tne county judge gives lice bv advertisement to ,11 those holdi c claims agai ist the county to ptesen( iheiiame to the county clerk within the next sixty dais, to be credited with a view to payment, and the clerk shall record each claim, the amount and date of Usual, and the holder of the same. All iierkons holding such claims and failing to present lite same ui so prescribed, within the next sixty days, interest upon the same shall cease at the expiration of said sixty day on claims not presented. R. A. THOMSON, County Judge. April 18 60 days. Franklin County Court, Saturday, April nth, 1885. f NORPERTO ARRIVE 'AT THE FLOATING 1 1 RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Frankfort that my wagon is now running regularly every morning, and 1 am delivering to my customers in .all of solicited and promptly attended to marsi-Sr- T WOULD X citizens of IOEMCOI3I ' ICE J?UI3 BENSON city. parts the lllL"4jMl,fe ilMMMffAiim l T sv Orders ii.ui" ..RJUNICOL, nwa --W-5.1 H39SQHHBflRn9HQBDBiHiw(j T. J. Marlin, Veterinary Surgeon! PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN Frankfort, may be consulted nn the dismsesof Horses. Cattle and all other domesticated anim-ilOffice R C.Church'H Livery btarle, Frankfoit, Ky Telephone No. 80 All calls by mail, telegram or tclepirife promptly mar. 7 ty. attended lo s it! ' i3J To Builders and Contractors. OKA v) bv inc. until the td Monday in Mav. for the ercc lion of a new jail for Franklin county, according to the plans of McDonald Hroi., now filed .n the county court clerk's office, the court reserving to itself the right to reject any or all bids which may be presented. K A. THOMSON, Cou it Judge. apr.i8-- HAVE OPENFD A ROOM ON LEWIS ST., I third do r from Rodman ti l)ro.' dry goods store, for the sale of T NOTICE AND NOT AT COST! PHILIP SEIBEFvT I The Popular Jeweler, is offering his -- FOR SA.IE. BRICK GROCERY THE A corner of Washington andHOUSE ONhis is onu Clinton. 1 of theb:st ktandi in I'rankfort. For terms apply to mayi-l- t Mits. LUCY A. DAVIS. BUGGIE S, SPRING WAGONS C'ssfiIEwZESXCS'jS $3 Eiisra?iKE3 or- stock: i Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWARE,, E STRAY NOTICE, Mrs. Mary Mooro, of Louisville, is All carriage work sold by me warranted.' visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam'l It. apr.t8-tf- . T. 7. QT7XXT. Smith. Franklin County, Set. Club have disbanded pAKKN UPAS ESTRAYHYJOHN WALLACE, The Dayton Mrs Caldwoll, of Shelby ville, is vis- L a farmer living on the Frankfort & Owcnton and. a club organized at Sandusky, iting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. B. Turnpike, about eight miles from Frankfort, in Frank WOOL! WOOL!! WOOL!!! lin county, one bay horse, .ibotit ten years old, marked Ohio, have taken their place. The Macklin. . with sore back and white spot on end of the nose and the undersigned, Justice of the peace oi 100,000 POUNDS, FOR games given above to be played at Mrs. Callio Lockett, of Midway, is valued bycounty, at fifty dollars. WISH, TOI PURCHASEh'ghcst'CAbH PRICE. Franklin will pay the Wool sacks now ready, come and eet them Dayton will therefore bo played at the visiting her cousin, Mrs. Thompson, Witness my hand this April 13, 1885. MORRISON ROGERS. JOHN W. HOHANNAN, . '. F. C. on Shelby street. latter city, Apr, Tioga, Ky. April ar, 1S85 5t. 0, 10, 11, 31; 10, 21. Youngstown, Ohio May 22, 23; July 1; August September HARNE88. C, &G. ' il at prlcesjowcr than the lowest, FOR OA $ El OlV JL y :. " ? i v Give me a call and convince yourselves.i Will not sell at cost, but with a small margin. Notici.. Parries leavlnir their watches orjewclry with me for reptir, may rest asy that they will km . v .. - , . them again. , v i- - i8-n- PHILIP.SELBERT, Jeweler, mar.38.3m. w jt. Clair ftreet, f ankfort, Ky. i Erf t L 1 1 V ! ft v Jt kh -,. .- M& 'slj&ma).J4.&& .',. . ,.& i.-- &&.& 4 ,wfei J, Mi'., ' .l' Ai"- ' ff'-- t '.'!.iA si fftf WF 1 !rr ryyrf.' -- ;? ITl ' ' I T ,f. ... M I . K w hri O os 0 k. Ml - u sgg U S3G3 o D 0 & ft m ft ft 8 2 EL 3 s M 5 P w PCTQ 3 3 p A w 2 QfQ B p 0 ft C M P c H5 o P C p p 05 o ft c 2 p S CD CD CD CD CD CD CD e-- ft "D 6 H C t tr O o- - - H lj M p t E! W 03 a j 6 5 S B (if CD - GO HH t 3 T3 ra M u w a g CO oq H 6-- 8 0 0 w 8 w 2 3 W 3 O 5 3 c r CSS I 3 0 4 Z a 1 -- & s 2 S r, 5 o b a tJ O CO CD ra on K I &-- u go . 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Wlngato represented the ladies in the presentation. at the Opera House one performance only of the Old World Gem Company Mr. J. Price WilH&titf and Miss complete, with special scenery as proKate C, Noouan were married at the duced in Louisville at Macauley's TheCatholic Church Wednesday morning atre last week. The company is comby Rev. Father Young. They left on posed of Tyrolean musical and vocal the 10:20 train for a short visit to Cin- artists, assisted by 20 other first-clas-s cinnati. novelty features. Prices to suit all. Do not miss it. Only visit to this At the Democratic primary election city. held on Saturday to nominate a candi- didatn to represent this county in the Mount Morris Theatre "A Celebrated Case." next Legislature, Col. S. I. M. Major 291 over his A fine performance of "A Celebrated received a majority of Case" was given in the Mount- Morris competitor, Mr. R. C. Church. 's Theatre last night by Mr. Bennett efficient company. The play Is comSome of our gardeners are known plaining that the Colorado potato bugs, too well the way to necessltateanything more in of a notice than that the old ones that coino first in the it was finely acted throughout and spring, are attacking and destroying superbly mounted. New York Truth. At the Opera House Monday, Tuestheir tomato plants. One gentloman has had a large number of fine thrifty day and Wednesday evenings next. m plants entirely eaten up by them. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool-ford- 's Sanitary Lotion. This never The blue ribbon temperance movefalls. Sold by Hughes & Chiles, Drugment has been started in Georgetown gists, Frankfort. by Hon Lou. J. Beauohamp, of Ohio, Hudson & Meagher have just receivand Capt. R. S Chevis, of Louisville. There have been 200 signers to the ed a new lot of neckwear. The newest 3t pledge. Meetings areiield nightly at styles and popular colors. Mr. A. C. ROUNDABOUT. A fine line of baby buggies at R. Rogers', Main street. Having opened my ice cream saloon for the season, I would respectfully invite the Indies and gentlemen of the city to give me a call. Will keep constantly on hand the nicest Ice cream and sherbet. J. Weitzel, jk. prices for Paper bags at reduced casli at L. B. Marshall's. A nice line of baby buggies at R. Rogers' furniture store, Main street. Call and select the goods for your new spring suit at V. Berberich's. ! EASY L. B. Buy you a spring hat from In buying a Piano or Organ many persons have the idea that they Marshall. must pay all cash. There are. thousands of families who have an income New spring goods in all the lates of fifty to' one hundred dollars-pemonth, who can easily spare from five styles at Berberich's. to ton dol.ars of it and scarcely miss it. To all such we would say, do not wait to lay up enough to, pay for an instrument before buying, but We will satisfy you that we are see or write us at once for our terms giving easier terms than any Music House in. the United States. !n PIANOS AND ORGANS jLyj HBHhhHBSA m i K - TERMS BRM5, .. - m r. HVBALDW1N May ij-i- y WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Mat-lack- J, H. OULTER. Salosmnn, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. &CO. Avenue, mu LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. trourii . JOHN T. BUCKLEY, ikyi s BEST TONIC. tlIaliu-iaG'bni- v -- THE DEALER ? lN- - .fl ym .the Court House. The contract for grading the railroad Weitzeljr's. between Versailles and Midway has Fresh stock of spring Hats at John been let to Messrs. Swoenoy & Do- - W. Payne's, South Frankfort. 3t. lan, of Lexington, who have bound Hudson & Meagher are very busy themselves to complete it within sixty making suits. Go to thorn for a nice working days from yesterday. The 3t. rails are to be laid as fast as the road is fit. graded. Soda water, mead, and ico cream at .. Ico cream and soda water at J. This medicine, combining Iron with pure Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cures Oynpcpsla, Indiftetitloii, WeakaeM, s and Fevers, Impure Blood, and Neuralffla. It is an unraiUnu remedy for Diseases of tho Klilueya and Liver. It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It does not injure the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation olhtr Iran medicines do. It enriches and purifies the Wood, stimulates tho appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Belching, and strengthens tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lock of Energy, tfcc, it has no equal. 49- - Tho genuine has above trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. S T O "V E S Headquarters for Plumbing, Gas fitting and House Drainage. attention paid to Job Work of All Kinds promptly attended to. Give me acalU. . Tin Jappaned, Granite Ii on ) Enameled Ware, Special! lit only by BROtTN CHBXICAL CO., D1LT 1SORI, MB. R '. . ,1 a repetition of the old story. Money and whisky were the principal arguments used to convince the voters who was the best man. Some of the whisky. 'was' "of, such jfredent manufacture thnt.it had to be colored before it was sejfOTthtin'Juga.to do Its work of the floater J. Weitzeljr's. 'The primary election Saturday was iff JEWELRY Go and see R. Rogers' new lot of baby buggies. RECENTLY REMOVED HAVING would resrrctfultv inform the TO THIS citizens or you wantn good juicy steak, sweet Praukfurt and vicinity that I have opened a first class If 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main street, oppo- JEWEIiH"!T site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yorfl-l-tf- EHIHHT Tin, STOHEI Sheet Iron and Slate Roofing! . B J 1 I I' I Where I will keep constantly on hand a full line of . Saint Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.. The projtracted meeting which was Try Hudson & Meagher's 021 cent begun at the Southern Presbyterian Church on Friday evening of last shirt, Jour ply linen bands and bosoms. is immense. Call and look at it. week, Is stlU i.i progress. Rev. Dr. It 3t Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware E. O. Guorrant was taken sick and lowest CASH Which will A bargain in fine gold watches and conic toI xt.iv, sell at thetfive sntfactnryprices. I have had to go home Wednesday evening, references us and will to responsibility. REPAIRING "fall kinds neatly but Rev. Dr. Wltherspoon has taken French marble clocks at Philip Mil X UFA C T U It E It S' H GE X TS FOR and pro nptly executed. Give mu a oil. the jeweler. i his place. There have been several m ap.32-t- f IT. U. GEORGE. J. P. Manny Mower and Independent Reaper; Piano Harvester and additions to the Church. Farmers having real good butcher Twine Binder; Geiser Manufacturing Company's Peeeless Enstuff on hand, which they, wish to sell, gines, Threshers, and Saw'Mills; Minnesota Chief, Eagle A cplored boy by the name of Ben will receive tho highest market prices Machine Works, and Rumley Engines and Threshers; 16 years, was sent by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main Johnson, aged about f!4-tstreet. Eagle and Imperial Straw Stacker; Kelamazoo to the river Tuesday morning to water Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator; SupeCheap John is selling goods at banka horso, and went to tho city wharf. rior Grain Drill and Buckeye Cider rupt prices, In Odd Fellows building. Instoad of going to the place where the , Mill; Atlas Engine and Boiler n ; ., '. water was easy of access, he rode over Works; Columbus Steam tho edge of the wharf, where the water Foil Rknt. A largo stable, well hurts and many sorts of ails of Pumps ; was VI or 14 feetdeop, and as tho horso located for a livery, training or man and beast need a cooling wont-ihead first ho fell .o'if and was .alo stable. Apply to John T. :E3IA.-E-3EeA352fi3P. Waters. lotion. Mustang Liniment. drowned. An'eifort was niade to save .Etna High Explosive Powder (Dynamite), for' Blasting and him by persons near by, but proved Tho largest assortment of fancy and Removing Stumps. '. fruitier The body. .was recovered plain underwear In tho city at Hudson All of the above we claim are ihe best in the market. We keep them in stock, and take "'. pleasure In showing them to parlies at our Warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. 3t it Meagher's, about noon that day. Sol-bert'- BerbfM'lch keeps none but the best goods and makes them up in the best style. Call and see him. 208 ST. CLAIK STREET, TOSTIST Tm BI70Z:L & . s, FERGUSON MEEK, :FaE:T:K::F,o:E,x, ,l VI 'J" v ,.: f. All Sorts of , T n THOMAS . tiM t' :'.V .11 v, ft I' ! a j.fA , (ft Jt- MAAamv-ft- Ij i. j. S,"JiTi Ii .i.MJU-H- L. n... ...... fftSsBtif rr lll t.W'wpTps .U. .J.. M., ., 'Iti...., jtAt JJIKIL . Tv A' '' For the information of witnesses who A Genuine Mexican Hammock Articles of Incorporation have been summoned to appear at the for $1.00 at L.B. Marshall's. OF THE next term, of the Federal Court in this Bridgeport and Benson Depot TurnThere was some frost In this section city, we insert the following letter reLouisville Tobacco Market. pike Road Company yesterday morning. ceived by Deputy United States KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE FURNISHED I1Y LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAR. ART. 1.that the undersigned R. f). Armstrong, L. P HOUSE. By order of the Presbytery, Rev. B Marshal Con. McCarty: Hamilton, Wilder Dupuy, C. W. Hulrlte, John Office of U. S. District Taylor, W. O. Armstroi g. and nny otheis whom they E. Caldwell will preach at Franklin may assocl Ue with them, nave this day formed them Louisville, Ky., May 6, 1885. Attohney of Kentucky 'church on selves ii tn a bodv corporate under the name and style afternoon at 8 for one week 3.293 Louisville KY. ) Sales since Jan. 1st to date hints. hhds. ol the Hrldgeport and Kenton Depot Turnpike Road Sales 'o'clock. $0,514 Company, lor the purpose of constructing a turn C. McCatity, Esq., Deputy U S. Mar During the past ten days prices on good pike road from Uriiigeport to Benton Depot (said snac, jewmyon, ny.t to fine Hurley leaf have shown nn advance road to be 30 feet wide, with ta feet mettle), and from The stone work of the Government Road to Sn: Appropriations for the pay- of from 50 cts to $1.00 per hundred pounds there nearintersect theDesil'x Hollow TurnpikeFrankthe residence of John Polsgrove, in at or building was completed on Saturday ment of jurors and witnesses at the over the pricesof two weeks ago, while the lin county and the timbers for the roof are now May and Juno terms have been ex- lower grades of Hurley have been n little Art. a. The principal places of transacting butl be at hausted, and court will be held only irregular. This applies to tobacco in good nessshall county. liridgrport and Ilnsi Depot, in being placed in position. Franklin to receive pleas of guilty. keeping orders at that is the kind that is he Art. 3 'the capital stock of said company shall in not exceed 810,000, Please notify all witnesses sum moned ing sought after now. Dark tobacco remains dollars, ts be paid atdividedtimes sharesin of twenty-fiv- as The young ladies of the First Presand such such sums by you not to attend, and serve no as usual steady. Board of Directors may require the tame. The the byterian Church will in a short time corporation shall comment c on this day and continue more process for this term. We quote give a strawberry festival for the lor thirty years from this date. I.URT.EY TOUACCO. Very respectfully, Airr. 41 The officers shall ronsist of a board of five benefit of the Church. Dark Trash M TiiomAs, to 84.00 directors, 'rom whom a majority shall annually se$3.00 Geo. lect n President; nnii said Board shall aunu. II y select Colory Trash U. S. Attorney. 4.00 to 6.00 a Secretary and Treasurer. Said Board snail be a Cole's Circus exhibited here on TuesCommon Lugs 4.50 to 5 50 elected annu lly by the stockholders. 6.00 to 8,00 Art. s The officers of said Company shall have day, according to announcement, but To the Teachers of Franklin Coun- Bright Colory Lugs Common Leaf (not colory) . . 0.50 to 7.50 pow;r to contract and be contractu! with; tosuentu) ty. be sued; lands or other thirgs by purchase, did not draw as large crowd as such Mied. to Good Leaf (not col'y). 7.50 to 9 50 donation, to acquire or otherwise, as is now required bylaw. exhibitions usually do. It was as T.The time for the meeting of the S. Medium to Good Leaf (colory) 9.50 to 13.50 Altr. 6. The highest amount ol indehtrdness or A. is drawing near. Shall the subject to company 13.50 to 18.52 liability thewhich the of constru' shall said road.itself good a show a3 the average circusi shall be actual cost tion teachers of this county be represented Fine Leaf Anr 7. The piivate property of members shall not or not ? be subject to the debts ol the conipaii). Dr. J. I. Lighthnll, the great Indian question Are you dead to the great ANNOUNCEftENT. of school reformation? Are art. 8. me noiaers or snares sam roaa may transfer the same by assignment as other personal doctor, who with his associate physi- you willing that others shall step in property is assigned. We aro authorised to announce JaMKS cians, brass band and retainers, mak- and carry off the honors that are, or O'lIARA as a condldate tor Assessor K. R. D ARMSTRONG, of may be yours simply by using a little Franklin county, subjcot to the action of the L.P. HULET'IE. ing a party of about fifty people, who t. D.HAMILTON, exertion ? Democratic purty. WILDER DUPUY, have been encamped in the lot at the Is a shame, aye. a disgrace, to our C. W. TAYLOR, It We aro authorised to announoo W.H. HAWK W. G. ARMS1RONG. foot of Steele street for the past four county to know that she is behind INS as a candidate for Assessor of Franklin, ArniL 3d, 18:5. weeks, struck their tents Wednesday every other county in the State In county, aubjeot to tho aotinn of the Deuiocratlo April i8.4t. and began moving to Lexington. It every thing pertaining to school party. We are authorised to announoo LEWIS SAN FRANCISCO TEA & COFFEE COMPANY. was reported on the streets Thursday matters under the eaves of our CapThere, HARROD as a caudidato for Assessor of Frank-i- n Dealers in all kinds of that the Doctor had been robbed of nis itol, with all the machinery and all county, subject the action of tho Democratic diamonds in that city, but it proved the wisdoin of our schooL system In party. Coffee Tea, Cannes Fruits, Pure Spices Our midst, with every facility at our false. m FOR COUNTY CLERK. And everything in the grocery line at command to make our county the We are authorized to foremost in the grand army that is HARROD, as a candidate nnnounoe JOHN S. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. &' Belle Point lor County Clerk, assembling to wage an unceasing war s'jbjeet to the action of the Democratic party. against Ignorance, we find ourselves We are authorised S. Our town has been so orderlv of late left far in the rear, with scarcely a GREEN as a cadidateto announce GEORGE Win for Clerk of the Fran J. J. PETERSON, AGENT. .;:??&y.tfmt we have dispeiised with the office corporal's guard ready for the fray. County Court, subject to the aotlon of the DemA&Of. Marshal. Why this indifference? This lethar- ocratic party. SV"--- T WILL CALL ON THECITIZENS OFFRANK-- 1 Have you no love for the profes' to announce We furt in a few da) with It was estimated that one thousand gy? you have voluntarily chosen ? Is OWEN are aauthorised for Clerk of theLEE A. Please reserve your sorders. a full line of samples. Frankas oandidato persons passedthrough here Tuesday sion J. J. PETERSON. there nothing about it to call for even lin County Couit, aubjeot to the action of the going to circus. a show of respect? Why do we talk Demooratio party. Judge Pence fought this week of of the Indifference, the of FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Mr. John Neutnan a fine young the people in school matters when we We are authorised toannounco J AS. A. W $125 cash wagon horse for set them the example? Were you to the as a candidate for Mr. Jack , Zook and family have alive to the work in which you are office of County Attorney, subject to the action Lot. House T OFFER FOR SALETHE PLACE ON WHICH moved to uieir new house on the Dev- engaged, yOu wduldsoon rouse others, of the Demooratio party. and they in turn others, and so on We are authorised to announce BEN. G. 1 1 now reside, corner Logan and Campbell Streets, il's Hollow pike near town. until all would feel the effect. WILLIAMS asaoandidatefor County Attorney, South Frankfort. J will sell as a whole or in lots. Mr. Robt. Taylor and family have In conversation with Col. R. D. subjeotto the action of the Democratic farty. For particulars, apply on the premises. TIM. McCARTY, 's Or to D. J. McCarty at the Yeoman Office. moved into one of Mr. Henry Allen, the president of the S. T. A., FOR JAILER. houses on Front street. I learned that only three copies of the We are to announee JAMES and family, of proceedings of the Association had GORDON as authorised for the office of Jailer DR. Mr. W. E. Williams a candidate been sold in this county. I leave it to COLLINS, Tyrone, have moved into one oi Jurs. you of Franklin county, subject to the aotlon nf the to comment on. on Benson Avenue. Lewis' houses Demooratio party. The. next regular meeting of the We are authorised to announce THOS. E. Dr. Smith will get a strong vote for Franklin Co. Teacher's Association DAILEY asaoandidatefor Representative over here in August. will be the third Saturday In May, at county, aubjeot to the action jailer of Franklin OUca rials) Street, over Cuy Barrett's News Depot, of the Demooratio Frankfort, Kentucky. Several staunch Democrats remained which time officers for the Coming party. Sept. away from the polls Saturday in order year will pe elected, and important to announce HENRY We are authorised that they might vote for the Prohibi- matters attended to. MITCHELL as a candidate for jailer nf Franktion candidate. Now, fellow teachers and friends, lin oounty, aubjeot to the action of the DemB. let us meet and prepare for the next ocratic party. The bids on the new school-hous- e ROBINauthorized, to We ftttoTTzey-cLt-Lcu-Lwill be opened as soon as the subscrip- school year. Will you come, or shall SON are a candidate announce AUS. Franklin of for as tion increases a little more. Mr. Hi- we disband and send word to oUr county, aubjeot to the' actionJailer Democrats of the IN ALL WILL PRACTICE and adjoiningTHE COURTS ram Berry subscribed $50 this week fellow, teachers In convention assem- party. in Franklin counties, and bled that we of Franklin county have of Appeals. Office in the same room with G. Court and Dr. J. I. Lighthall also made a We are authorised to announce HIRAM W. Craddock, in Mansion House block, 353 Main no interest in such matters? liberal subscription in cash. Franklin street, Frankfort, Ky. Collections solicited, and Hoping to see all of you ut that time SM00T as a oandidato for Jailer of prompt attention given to them. ap.18.3m. A burglar entered the residence of ready and willing to engage in the bounty, aubjeot to tho action of the Demooratio party. Mr. John Mastm Tuesday night and good cause. I make this appeal to you. We are authorized to announce MOSES 1885. , 1885. robbed his brother,Gilbert Mastin,of a Your Fellow Teacher and Servant, HAYDON as a candidate for Jailer of Franklin watch and chain and pair of pants. T Hunter. the Demooratio pounty, aubjeot to the action of Mr. Mastin had been to the circus and C. T. A. party. was sleeping very soundly at the time. We are authorised to announce JOHN T. WATERS as a candidate fur Jailer ot FrankBridgeport. Champion saw-mi- ll bought on Has opened up the New Year with a full line of The lin county, aubjeot to the aotion of tho Demothe last tide, up to May 1st, 8,427 logs, cratic party. 2,aS0,323 ft., an average of a little over DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. The farmers are busily engaged 282 ft. to the log, which is enough, shearing sheep. I 'oreby aunounce myself a candidate for reof Franklin election to the office of Jailer Paints, Oils and Artist Material. with what has been bought since,, to The prospects for an abundant yield county, subject to the aotlon of the Democratic keep the mill sawing the balance of the DAN EHEEIIAN. party. And is headquarters for tools and impression of oats is very good. season. paper for We are authorized to announce JAMES D. From present indications thej fruit for Jailer of Franklin MOORE as a candidate Antioch. harvest will be immense. oounty, subject to tho aotion of the Demooratio Mrs. Martha Read, who has been party. Prescriptions given careful attention day or night. Mr. Gus. Robinson, of Belle Point, quite sick for some time, is better. We areautborised to announee RORT. STONE was out last Sunday. of Franklin county, TELEPHONE for CONNECTION NO. 121 Rev. T. N. Arnold, pastor, nreachwl as a candidateaotlon Jailer Demooratio Party. aubjeot to the of tho There will be an abundance of fruit at the Bridgeport Christian Church JOS. LelOMPTE. We are authorized toannounco NOAH GOINS this year, judging from present pros- last Sunday. Jailor of Franklin county, pect. asaoandidatefor Mr. Churchill Bailey, who has been aubjeot to the aotion of the Demooratio party CHAS. F. KXl'M, r. C. I1UCHB8. Miss Carrie Finnell, of Frankfort, in feeble health for some time, has AttcmeyauLnw FORC0UNTYSCHO0L SUPERINTENDENT 'spent last week with her sister, Mrs. been very much worse this week. HUGHES & EtfTJM Tom Hales. to announce LAZARUS Mr. John Miles, of Louisville, dealer P. We are authorisedoandidateforCounty Superaa a HULETTE Miss Nora Glore left last Saturd&y marble, was in this section the first of Common week for Winchester, on a visit to her in the week soliciting orders for tomb-- t intendent the Demooratio Schools, subjcot to the General Insurance Agents, of party. action of .sister, Mrs. Kate Shuckleford. tones. F.Ea.:fcT:K:.E,o.E-i- i Sunday-schoat Antioch at H a. Rev. R. preaching at 11 a. m. E.By order of tho Presbytery, Franklin m. Office opposite Farmer's Bank. S. Caldwell will preach at at 7 p. m. Church tomorrow afternoon at 3 Social meeting Representing 20 Leading American and DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY i Everyone invited. o'clock. foreign Companies. Mr. John Rossell, accompanied by Mrs. Ella Parrent, although reportMr. Syl. Sudduth, of Benson, left last Over $100,000,000 Assets ! to the great as Tuesday week, for Louisville, on a ed herdying last week, is gradually joy many friends reof Issue, Cyclone and Tornado Policies. iidtioiis, t business and pleasure trip. covering. .S1 Losses Promptly Adjusted And Fairly Paid ' We understand that besides the Ave Mr. I cordially invite you to call an. ,4Mminemy jan.3-iy- . We were shown a pumpkin candidates for Jailer, Bald Knob has a W. H. Dennis last Tuesday. In a by perfect New and Fresh Stock offlaVis . candidate for county attorney, and we state of preservation, it being one of a MAIN STREET, FRANKrORT.KY think she is entitled to recognition by lot kept during the entire winter. WllCHrS INDIAN VEGETAIUPlLU SepML the Democrats of the county. So trot iroBm, out your man, B: K. T,he, .appointment pf Hon, James Blackburn us Revenue Collector for "Wonderful Effloaoy." this district, is n source of great reI joicing among his friends in these 3?Some people ark slow in telling And all Bilious Complaints what good things have been done. for parts. them, out Mr. joij r. wiyt)pi vv,r Died. At tho residence of her hus.flonville, S. C, says he takes great band, Mr. Churchill Bailey, in Bridgenlfinsure in testlfvlner to the wohderful port, y., April 29th, 1885, Mrs. Julia is no flatterer. Would you efficacy of Brown's Iron Bitters Id dys- Bailey, in. the 73d year of her age. JfItA.CfK.JL.IlV make it tell a sweeter tale ? pepsia, fever and ague, and .general Obituary next week. Magnolia Balm is the charmdebility of the system. He has personally experienced, the moat satafaq-tor- y fthls section ,was not as largely reper thdt almost cheats the resented in Frankfort circus day as is r-- t results fromne Use of this tr lookingfglasi. Make, a memorandum usual on such occasions and of those ltB Tint, Qtrntf OinnmH,, OhU. were, present only two acknbwl-edg- e .of this, all ye whosfc system arfc run who ALLISON p. IMTrf., . , that they went expressly for the down. Brown's Iron Bitters will cure Tk tyM on wbich tblApapar is from purpose of seeing the show. tvMovi foundry. EoiTOB Bouxoamout. you. s FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, BLUE -- GRASS NURSERY! We offer this Spring n larger stock than usual of 11 Fruit and Ornamental Trees, GBAPK VINES, ASPARAGUS RdOTST EVERYTHING FOUND IN A NURSERY establishment. Strawberry and general catalogues on application to H. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. mar.i.tf. J". ! O. IfLjJXJ'JSy ,' i - i e INSTRUCTOR OP MUSIC! TS PREPARED TO OIVP. LESSONS ON THE 1 piano, organ, violin, flute, guitar, &c, either at the residence of the pupil or at Ms home, on Lewis street, in the old Weltzel House building. jan.i--tf. f NEW PLANING MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD Having to his Establishment rooently added First-ClH- S Finning Mill 111 1 Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Sa:h, Door:, Blinds, Frimes, Moldia ALSO 4 ''ft Scroll Work, Stair Work & Tumln Gotten out in the Best Style. May 15 tf. a i m A WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- ito-b- , u, Hal Batata Agnt, WILL opposite Court House. AND PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties, and trill also give special attention to tho purchase and sale of real estate, collection of rents, oluiirif, and tho negotiation of loans. Office June 25-l- y. non-intere- st VIO-LET- T FOR8ALE. and J. S. Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. 1 'I m UI A DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. family use. Telephone connection No. 36. Pols-grove- GEO. B. MACSLXN. Oec.8f FRANKFORT, KY. Cbesipeike u. lo FOR Railway, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST & mew 20-i- y, JOSSPH FEARS mmm ONLY LI phiubelfuu. THl york. V. HE 1 RUNNING PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS FOR A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, FRANK FOET; Cincinnati, Vice-Preside- nt I and TO Lexington, Ky. WASHINGTON CITY, OOMEGTJNCt in same depot FASI! TBAIN8I0K THK DIRECT ROUTE TO wuri NEW TORE. AND ALL REPOUSSE WORK Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, For tickets aim further iiiforuialli n, appij to n eared ticket effice, or address, W.E.ARNOLD, W..I..BKKC. Advertising Agt., Ticket Agent. 22n Fourth Avtnue Louisville, Ky C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, Gen. Puss. Agt., General Manager, inilTHCWilfi Richmond, VIrcima. ' jour ol to-nig- ht W. DHHONEY sts. m DRY GOODS, nubv 2 Tk YEARS IN cuta Omtort Medical Trinapk of Uw Af UII. ! .. "M m 'f i fill LIVER XMoCiurprtlt, BawlaaUtrvf Uta ska JitwtL witk a Ih11 maalUm la ska bfMk.aajrtt la wafer Ua haalaar- MU FallavM miliar aaUap, wUh mU tullaatlaata axartlmaar iairaratadL ItTitaMlltyaftfiaaar.IiawaalrMVijrMi a fMUai m kaf tac atcf actai ana aatr. 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